Cigar News: Crowned Heads Announces Headley Grange Chamuco LE 2019The original was inspired by the drum beat on the lead-in to the Led Zeppelin classic “When the Levee Breaks.” The name came from where the track was recorded, a former poorhouse (built in 1795) in East Hampshire, England, named . Last year, released a limited edition version called “Black Lab LE 2018,” named after the black Labrador Retriever that was hanging around the studio during the recording of Led Zeppelin IV. That blend uses the same fillers as the original , but replaces the wrapper with Connecticut (Habano) maduro. For 2019, is releasing “.”

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Announces Headley Grange Chamuco LE 2019Chamuco means Mexican Pit Bull, and is breed that started showing up in central Mexico in the 1970s. It was originally a cross between an American Pit Bull Terrier and the now extinct Mexican Bulldog. Like last years LE, this blend uses the same internal blend as the original blend but replaces the wrapper with a Mexican San Andres maduro.

Cigar News: Crowned Heads Announces Headley Grange Chamuco LE 2019 comes in one vitola, a 5 1/2″ x 54 box-pressed robusto that has aclosed foot. Only 1,500 boxes of 12 cigars were made and each cigar sells for $10.95. Like the rest of the , this is rolled at ’s Tabacalera La Alianza, S.A. in Santiago .